Elizabeth Allen

Elizabeth Allen, Eliza Allen, Liz Allen or Beth Allen may refer to:

  • Eliza Allen Houston (1809–1861), first wife of Tennessee governor Sam Houston
  • Eliza Allen Starr (1824–1901), American artist known for her Catholic art
  • Eliza Allen (1826–?), American memoirist
  • Elizabeth Chase Allen (1832–1911), American poet, journalist and author
  • Elizabeth Allen (actress) (1929–2006), American stage, film and television performer
  • Liz Allen (born 1969), Irish writer
  • Elizabeth Anne Allen (born 1970), American actress
  • Elizabeth Allen (director) (born 1974), American film director, screenwriter and instructor
  • Beth Allen (born 1984), New Zealand stage, film and, primarily, television actress

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